Lincoln - Nebraska's pitching staff from Saturday's 15-inning 1-0 win over Texas was recognized by Collegiate Baseball as a National Player of the Week on Monday, March 30.
Lincoln - The No. 18 Nebraska baseball team (21-7, 3-0 Big Ten) is set to finish its 16-game homestand on Tuesday night at 6:35 p.m. when the Creighton Bluejays (15-7, 0-0 Big East) visit Hawks Field for the first of three meetings between the two programs in 2015. The Huskers are 15-1 on the homestand, with the only loss coming last Wednesday to Cal State Fullerton, 4-3. The Huskers then head east on I-80 to Werner Park, home of the Omaha Storm Chasers, on Wednesday for a 6:35 p.m. showdown with the Omaha Mavericks (13-11, 6-3 Summit).
Lincoln – The Nebraska baseball team (21-7, 3-0 Big Ten) completed a three-game sweep of the No. 16 Texas Longhorns (17-11, 5-1 Big 12) on Sunday afternoon at Hawks Field with a 6-2 win. The Huskers have posted sweeps in each of their last three weekend series and are now 14-1 at Hawks Field in 2015.
Lincoln – Deadlocked in a scoreless game in the bottom of the 15th inning, senior Austin Darby delivered a one-out base hit to left field and Texas' Ben Johnson booted the ball, allowing Tanner Lubach to score from second base for the game-winning run. The 1-0 victory clinched the series for the Huskers, who are now 20-7 on the year.
Lincoln – Behind 7.2 innings of two-hit work from starter Chance Sinclair along a three-run fifth inning from the Husker offense, the Nebraska baseball team opened its series against the No. 16 Texas Longhorns on Friday night at Hawks Field with a 3-1 victory. The Huskers are now 19-7 on the year and are 12-1 at Hawks Field in 2015.
Nebraska Baseball Coach Darin Erstad is laser-focused on his team's impending weekend challenge against No. 16-ranked Texas at Hawks Field, but reminds Big Red fans of a special bonus: Any fan with a
Lincoln - This weekend the Nebraska baseball team (18-7, 3-0 Big Ten) will host the No. 16 Texas Longhorns (17-8, 5-1 Big 12) at Hawks Field for the first time since 2011, when both teams were still members of the Big 12 Conference. This weekend's series, which opens on Friday night at 6:35 p.m., will mark the second series between the two teams since the Huskers left for the Big Ten Conference following the 2011 season, as the Huskers made a trip to Austin for a three-game series in 2013.
Lincoln – The Nebraska baseball team (18-7, 3-0 Big Ten) saw its 11-game winning streak come to an end on Wednesday afternoon at Hawks Field when it dropped its first home game of the season, a 4-3 defeat to the Cal State Fullerton Titans (12-12, 0-0 Big West). The Huskers hit in the bottom of the ninth at home for the first time all year and had the tying run on base, but Yutan, Neb., native Tyler Peitzmeier closed out the game for the Titans with his eighth save of the season.
Lincoln – The Nebraska baseball team (18-6, 3-0 Big Ten) extended its winning streak to 11 games on Tuesday night with a 7-2 victory over the Cal State Fullerton Titans (11-12, 0-0 Big West). It was the Huskers first-ever win over the perennial power Titans, who had won the first eight meetings between the two teams. The Huskers are now 11-0 this season at Hawks Field, the best start at home since 2008 when the Huskers also started 11-0.
Fresh off a three-game sweep of the Michigan Wolverines to open Big Ten play, the Nebraska baseball team (17-6, 3-0 Big Ten) will now play seven non-conference games before paying a visit to Big Ten newcomer Maryland on Friday, April 3.
Lincoln – The Nebraska baseball team (17-6, 3-0 Big Ten) extended its winning streak to 10 games and completed a series sweep of the Michigan Wolverines (11-11, 0-3 Big Ten) on Sunday afternoon with a 6-3 win at Hawks Field. It was NU's first sweep to start league play since 2008 when the Huskers took three games at Kansas State.
Lincoln – Behind a five-run first inning from the Husker offense and a career-high nine strikeouts from Kyle Kubat, the Nebraska baseball team (16-6, 2-0 Big Ten) clinched a series win over the Michigan Wolverines (11-10, 0-2 Big Ten) on Saturday afternoon at Hawks Field with a 5-1 victory. The Huskers have now won nine straight games, their longest winning streak since 2008 when NU ran off 14 straight wins.